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    When Croatia separated from Yugoslavia on June 25, 1991, while the Croats and Muslims supported the idea of independence, the Croatian Serbs were opposed to the decision. The Serbs, instead, wanted to combine with Serbia to create a greater Serbia. In order to complete this, they began an ethnic cleansing of Croatia. An ethnic cleansing is where an ethnicity is killed off. The Serbs attacked people who were of another ethnicity, such as the Croats and Muslims. However, many became refugees and escaped to…

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    follow them. This is called propaganda which is spreading the ideas based on biased or misleading nature to help promote or publicizes a particular institution or particular cause. We have seen different leaders use different forms of propaganda such as Nazi 's, the Soviets, North Korea, 1990s Yugoslavia, and many more regimes. Propaganda isn 't just used by tyrants, communist…

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    Democracy In The 70's

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    variable” and that there are many factors to determining what is a democratic state, such as opposition to mass media, civil liberties, rule of law, etc. (Diamond 2015). According to scholars, there are so many factors that determine democracy that it is almost impossible to truly determine a definitive answer on whether or not a country is increasing or decreasing in democracy. Croatia is one specific country that has adopted the idea of democracy and recently declared its’ independence on…

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    ethnicities in a region and the majority attempt to eradicate the other ethnic groups. In the eyes of the majority, ethnic cleansing was used as a tool to “purify” the country by getting rid of the minority to establish ethnic homogeneity (“Ethnic Cleansing”). The term ethnic cleansing was first introduced during the conflict between the Serbians and the other ethnicities of Yugoslavia. The Bosnian genocide is a product of the extreme nationalism expressed by the Serbians and Solbodan…

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    Bosnian Genocide Essay

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    The Bosnian genocide actually started in the 70s. It was little known because it was during the time of the cold war. The Cold War officially started in 1947, right after the end of World War 2. Nobody knew about the genos=cide because Russia had nuclear missiles in Cuba and everybody was thinking about that. As the cold war was in the middle of the 45-year war, the genocide started to fade away. There is little known about this because nobody knew it happened until after and witnesses were…

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    pregnant with her first kid, my sister Ema. He loved going to the beach, and he told me about how beautiful the oceans are there and how I am missing out. He first saw my mom at a concert, however; they both were seeing someone at the time and he did not talk to her. He later was told that she asked about him, and he made sure to make sure I knew that. He would soon see my mom again after that, and they just hit it off from the start. My dad would marry my mom in 1992 and everything was going…

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    Bosnia Criminal Trial

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    Criminal Court, and the ICC’s processes of prosecuting individuals accused of committing crimes against the international community are based on what crimes were tried during the Nuremberg Trials. “In the aftermath of the Second World War, the Balkan states of Bosnia-Herzegovina, Serbia, Montenegro, Croatia, Slovenia and Macedonia became part of the Federal People’s Republic of Yugoslavia. After the death of longtime Yugoslav leader Josip Broz Tito in 1980, growing nationalism among the…

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    the death of Yugoslavia’s Communist leader Tito, Slobodan Milosevic made a single promise to the Serbs of Yugoslavia; “You will never be beat again” (Doc.). This statement greatly altered the social and political reality in Yugoslavia, ultimately culminating in the disintegration of the nation. Joe Sacco’s graphic novel Safe Area Gorazde, captures this shift, focusing on the Bosnia, the most multiethnic republic within Yugoslavia at the time. Sacco’s portrayal of the actors involved in the…

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    Sexual Crime Sociology

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    for the rape. Nadler’s research (1999) shows that males have a innate instinct to procreate. It is impossible to control and it is an adaptive and evolutionary behavior. According to Nadler the thing that differentiates us human beings from apes is not the mental capacity to choose, but it is because we socialize men to not rape. This particular explanation is especially relevant in the context of the Bosnian genocide because the soldiers wanted to “spread their genes” in order to extinguish…

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    Dictatorship In Yugoslavia

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    the sophisticated construction of Yugoslavia: “Yugoslavia consists of six republics, five nationalities, four languages, three religions, two alphabets, one political party, and only one “true” Yugoslav – the Josip Broz Tito”. He managed to unite the country and to free it from the foreign invaders, hereinafter becoming a leader of the Communist Party and a statesman, in whose hands all political power was concentrated. Therefore, the thesis of this paper is that Yugoslavia turned into…

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